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01 - In A Sentimental Mood.mp3 (Size: 80.13 MB) (Files: 11)

 01 - In A Sentimental Mood.mp3

9.87 MB

 02 - Take The Coltrane.mp3

10.87 MB

 03 - Big Nick.mp3

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 04 - Stevie.mp3

10.15 MB

 05 - My Little Brown Book.mp3

12.34 MB

 06 - Angelica.mp3

13.83 MB

 07 - The Feeling Of Jazz.mp3

12.77 MB

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Duke Ellington & John Coltrane
Original Release Date: September 26, 1962
Audio CD: October 24, 1995
Label: Grp Records
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Amazon.com essential recording:
Perhaps looking to renew his inspiration or maybe simply wanting to broaden his horizons, Duke Ellington began a string of collaborations in the second half of his career--whereas before that, his own band was stimulus enough. Whatever the reason, almost all of his collaborations succeeded at high levels, although none of his shared sessions are more intriguing on the surface than this 1962 date with the preeminent sax star of the day. In reality, the record amounts to "Coltrane Plays Ellington" {plus one Coltrane original} because the tenor man is the whole show--and what a show it is. Only Coltrane could be as "fiercely tender," and there's no better forum for his sensitive side than the music of Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, who contributes the album's true vertex, "My Little Brown Book." The rhythm section alternates between Duke's and Trane's, each adding a different texture to the proceedings. Ellington is wise enough to appreciate the nature of the session, and he is quite content to feed chords in service of the young master--proving the old master's open mind and good taste. Hearing Coltrane seize "In a Sentimental Mood" is thanks enough. ~ Marc Greilsamer

Duke Ellington and John Coltrane are, individually, two tremendously influential and vital figures in the world of jazz who could do no wrong as far as I'm concerned. But when you combine their talents on record, then you have a recording that's not only music, it's also a piece of history. Though it's a brisk ride at 35 minutes in length, this collaborative effort brings out the best of both worlds during these seven tracks. "In a Sentimental Mood" is a stroke of brilliance: Ellington's angelic piano touches are set to Coltrane's velvet-smooth sax during this gentle number. It's a classic for the ages that must be heard to be believed. The tempo picks up in "Take the Coltrane," which has both in solid harmony. Few tracks can top the ultrasuave swagger of "Stevie," and the slow number "My Little Brown Book" has smooth touches which are underscored by Coltrane's light sax and drums by Sam Woodyard. A mastery of style, technique, and substance, this album is one of those must-have items that'll make your collection all the more complete.
Duke Ellington. John Coltrane. Two visionaries. One album. Who can ask for anything more? ~ The Groove

At a recent gathering of Ellington band alumni organized by Jazz at Lincoln Center, bassist John Lamb recalled the sessions for Duke Ellington & John Coltrane: "There was no music on that whole date. Nobody had a chart. We came in and we were standing there, waiting to see what would happen. 'Trane would go and sit on the piano bench with Duke. They didn't talk, but Duke would be singing ... and 'Trane would go ... Then, after they did that for a few minutes, they got up. 'Trane would go to his microphone, Duke would start playing, and the rhythm section, we had to do for ourselves, you know. That's it. He didn't even tell you the key. He could communicate without words, and 'Trane could hear it." On Take the Coltrane, the two play in a quartet of Coltrane's bandmates of the day, bassist Jimmy Garrison and drummer Elvin Jones {Ellington men Lamb and drummer Sam Woodyard also played on the album}. ~ Jazziz

Duke Ellington {piano};
John Coltrane {tenor & soprano saxophones};
Jimmy Garrison, Aaron Bell {bass};
Elvin Jones, Sam Woodyard {drums}.

Duke Ellington & John Coltran tracks:
01 In A Sentimental Mood, Duke Ellington 4:18
02 Take The Coltrane, John Coltrane 4:44
03 Big Nick, John Coltrane 4:28
04 Stevie, John Coltrane 4:25
05 My Little Brown Book, John Coltrane 5:23
06 Angelica, John Coltrane 6:02
07 The Feeling Of Jazz, John Coltrane 5:34

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